Acclaimed and controversial Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk returns to American shores with RAM Releasing launching its limited theatrical run for Kim's Moebius
at Chicago's Facets Cinema today and we've got an exclusive clip to share.
Consumed with hatred against her husband for his long infidelity, the
wife takes revenge against the husband but only inflicting a fatal wound
to the son, and then disappears with guilt. For the son who has become
miserable because of himself, the husband tries, only to realize that it
is not recoverable, so he cuts off his manhood which is the source of
all the misery and dedicates himself entirely for his son. As a result,
the wound somewhat recovers, but when the wife returns home one day, the
family is driven towards a more horrific destruction.
Though not a silent film Moebius
unfolds entirely without dialogue and you can get a taste in the clip - in which the son exhibits a rather strange relationship with a piece of rock - below.
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